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  1. I just bought a dd1 distortion detector and I was wondering what track I should play to tune my amp. They have -5db, -10db, and -15db. I currently use a usb with all songs downloaded at -7.5db and want the loudest and cleanest sound I can get out of it. I have 4 skar ddx 15s on a crescendo 4.5k @ 1 ohm. And will using a dd1 make my system much louder if tuned right?
  2. I'm looking to start building a battery bank since I bought a crescendo bc5500 recently and won't be able to use it for a while. So far all I have done is the big 3 in my vehicle with the stock alt and added two extra batteries. Some walmart battery a friend gave me and an xs power xp750. They power a Skar rp-75.4 and an audiopipe apdl2001d "2krms". I have two crescendo symphony sc-650 6.5" component sets and two sundown x15 v.2's in a custom box tuned to 32 hz. The goal is to eventually have a c1100.4 power two 6.5"s, three tweets, and one 8" fiberglassed in both front doors with three x15s walled off on the bc5500. I want to replace the stock battery and have at least 4 batteries in the back. Just not sure of which batteries to get. I was hoping to not have to spend upwards of 400$ per battery. I'm still a car audio newb so I went to the xspower website and typed 7500 watts in the audio calculator and it told me one d7500 and three xp2500s would be sufficient. Thoughts?? I'll post some pics / more info soon
  3. So debating on 3 6.5s (be 1 Crescendo neo and 2 Deaf Bounce machete mm60) 1 6.5 and 1 8 (be 1 Crescendo neo 6.5 and Deaf Bonce DB-W80) 2 6.5s and 1 8 (be 2 Crescendo neo 6.5s and 1 Deaf Bounce DB-W80) ***if go with this would be eliminating rear door speakers*** What would you go with? The ft1s will stay in current spot and will not be in the door pods.
  4. Alright SMD, I think its time! I would first like to introduce myself. My name is Wood and Im 23. Everything i own and will be done (by myself unfortunately) will be from hard work and dedication and my loyalty to the car/ car audio scene. No hand outs!! I work 50hrs a week, own my own EVRYTHING (but sometime it feel like bills own me LOL ) so YES, It will be a slow, but very progressive build. I'm enrolling back in college this coming fall to be an electrical engineer with 6yrs prior service in the Air Force Reserve as an EE on the F-16. I am a car enthusiast and music FREAK!! Now on to the Good Stuff: My Car is 2011 Nissan Altima sedan. Recently purchased in Jan. 15th Visual Plans: Tint Gloss Black Vinyl Roof Change All Lights To LED Stillen Roof Spoiler Projector Retrofit 20" TSW Snettertons Eibach Lowering Springs (Install coming soon!!) Drill & Slotted Rotors Takeda Intake Audio Plans: Sub Stage: Fi SP4 15" Powered by Rockford Fosgate T2500bdcp Mid/ Highs: Hertz HSK 165 powered by Rockford Fosgate T600-4 Sony XAV 602BT Sky High Power & Ground Wire Sky High Speaker and Remote Wire Big 3 Knu Konceptz Deadening , Audio Technix (For rear deck & trunk complete with 4 layers) 230a H/O by Mike Singer Northstar group 34 (Front Battery) , Eaton (Rear Battery)
  5. Kind of new to this but jus wanted to know if ya'll think it would be good if I had between da 15z or 18z in a sealed box enclosure? What im tryin to do is build a chamber in a camper pretty much from cab window to camper window(leavin atleast 10-12 inches for batts and amp) and in the chamber will have a sealed box. Depending how much cubic ft they will need. I have a Isuzu pup 89 with a camper and thinking of cutting the window area with the according boot. lmk what u guys think.
  6. Hello all! I'm new here to the forums and I thought I'd start by posting a build thread for first build. I've been looking into audio for a very long time, but recently started looking specifically into car audio about four years ago. I built my very first box a year ago (April, 2016) after ordering my subs. Since then, I worked and saved up for my amp, batteries, and wire (other miscellaneous stuff as well) which I recently purchased this winter. I got everything in the mail a few months ago and only recently installed everything. It's been a very long work in progress (I replaced my door speakers and fabricated my A-pillars three years ago and have been saving up since then) and will continue to be improved, but I'm happy to finally share it with you all! Here are some pictures in chronological order of everything as it has come together (sorry for the poor iPhone quality): April of 2015 (As you can see, this was my very first box build. It's not very pretty and there was lots of sanding to do to make all the edges meet flush) The subs A couple of months later (February 2016) and I stripped the vehicle down to the bare interior so that I could run the wire and RCA's through the car (for my daily, I didn't want to run the wire underneath the vehicle. Looking back on how tough it was to run three runs of 1/0 AWG through the firewall, if I did it again I'd do it differently!) Interior reinstalled Under the hood Progress Heatshrunk! Batteries, bussbars, box, subs, and most of the power wire installed The (temporary) wiring setup About a year of work, and that's where I'm at! I've done a little more work to tidy things up, but for the most part, I've got everything done and ready for the amplifier to be dropped-in when it arrives. Speaking of... I ordered my BC5500 in December, but shortly after they went out of stock and you know how Crescendo restocks go... Four months later, and here I am anxiously waiting for my amp to restock and show up in the mail. In the meantime, I'm working on rebuilding my box and the floor underneath it. I'm currently very unhappy with the way the Herculiner turned out. It was my first time using the product so my lack of experience made it clump and lay unevenly over the entire box. Additionally, the box itself was my first, unexperienced build, and I've learned a lot about boxes and building them since them. The box has a 32hz tuning and I'd like to drop it lower to 30/28, so I'm going to be doing interchangeable ports (I realize that I will be changing the 3.5 cubic airspace by adjusting the port volume, but the subs will not be in a space that is any less than their minimum recommended with the largest port). I'll also be replacing the OEM trunk floor (about a 1/4" thick) with 1/2" MDF. It'll be much stronger and hold up to the flex and weight a lot better. I'm also unhappy with the battery tray and amp rack that I made (very temporary 1/4" angle iron rectangle mounted to the floor and 1/4" wood as the amp rack) so I'll be replacing those in a much more permanent fashion (I've got a few ideas in mind). In the meantime, let me know what you guys think!
  7. I finally , got around to instAlling my cendo BC2000D. I wanted to wait a few months before I Posted a review. in one word damn. I so far have nothing but great things to say about this product. I'm so happy I did my research and didn't buy from one of the so-called big name companies.And spent a few more hundred and didn't get another POS aMp. cuz for the money (450 new) if there is a better aMp out there, at The same price point, kudos to them. it's easy on the electrical system rarely do I drop below 14 volts On my stock electrical system. according to my stock voLt gauge, not too sure how accurate it is. Pos: price, power, easy on the Electrical system. Coz: None that I have found so far... Ps. if you're not a fan Of Crescendo,don't bother leaving a comment here. save us both some time and aggravation in life.
  8. Hey guys, work in progress here! My brother over at Good Vibrations Audio is building my car.www.facebook.com/GoodVibrationsAudioFL Please check him out if you like the build! Thanks! GVA I'm Evan Otis and this is my build in my 2000 Ford Contour! Located: West Palm Beach, FL Goal: is to have a fully functional, clean sounding, & stable audio system! Bandpass box: 3:1 ratio with 2 SA Ultras on 2 2k Crescendo BC2000. Box Peaks at 37hrtz. Subs specs: 750 watt rms Front Stage: 8" Rockford Fosgate mids and super tweeters. Rear Stage: 6" Rockford Fosgate mids. All powered on a Crescendo C1000.4. Battery: Powersafe 190ah Alternator: Stock alt Here's a timelapse of the build & a short preview of it playing. Here's a video of it playing with my windshield seals blown out from bass. https://www.facebook.com/Lil.Otis.or...20?pnref=story (It's fixed now haha) We are making progress. Ultimately going to have LEDs in the box (plexi side). We are going to do an infinity mirror on the top of the box and maybe do some plexi engraving or plaques inside of the box representing GVA. Inside port we are still undecided. In the future I will most likely upgrade the subs to something that will handle more power! Current Scores are 149.3 was kick with driver door open and 149.0 was windshield driver door open. I'm confident that with some small electrical upgrades, reinforcing, and tuning we will get our 150db score from two budget subs! Making progress. Let me know what everyone thinks and I'll be happy to answer any questions! Will keep this thread updated with pics, vids, and info!
  9. Hey there! I guess it's time for me start a build log on my 2002 Dodge Dakota! I got the truck back in September for dirt cheap. Only problem was that the engine was blown! Me and my dad took on the project and swapped in a remanufactured motor (4.7 for those who are interested). Anyways, this isn't gonna be an insane build with a wall or a blow through. It's my daily driver, so I need to keep it practical. My system before this build is as follows: - Sony Head Unit (Unsure of model) - Polk Audio PA880 - 12" Alpine Type R SWR1243D - Prefab Box - Fierce Car Audio 4 gauge amplifier wiring kit - The truck came stock with the amplified Infinity sound system - Carquest Battery My Current Plan is: - Crescendo Audio BC2000d (UPS Man should be delivering it tomorrow!) - Fi Q12 D2 - Optima Yellow Top or an XS Power 3400 - Rockford Fosgate 1/0 gauge power kit - Eventually I'd like to replace the Sony Head Unit with something a little better - I'll start thinkin about mids and highs once the Bass is taken care of The Polk amp sounds nice, but it has to be the most unefficient thing on this planet! I don't have access to a DD1, but I did use a DMM to set my gains. The thing heats up after 30 minutes at a reasonable volume to the point where I can't keep my hand on it for a few seconds. I've even set the gains a tad under what the amp is rated at. Right now it's probably giving around 450-475 watts rms to the type r, and it's wired at 2 ohms. I've read the amps tend to run hot, so I'm just glad it's being replaced tomorrow!Onto the pictures! About 1 or 2 months ago, I heard my first system that was actually loud (SnowDrifter's 2 Crossfire 12's while they were in his Jeep) and ever since I wasn't satisfied with my one Type R and the prefab box. I started looking into ported enclosures and how to tune them and all that. I want to stick with a single 12, and I want something loud that will still sound good, so I've decided on getting a Fi Q 12 with the cooling package, extra spider and the internal leads. Before I get that though, I need something to put it in and something to power it with. I was on vacation the past three weeks and I spent quite a bit of time playing around on Torres and Sketchup trying to find the right box for my truck that would work well with the Fi.This is what I came up with: Two nights ago I went over to a buddies house to start cutting out the sheets for the box. A skill saw and a roto zip later, most of the cuts were less than awesome and the hole in the baffle was too big... I'm gonna be using the Type R in the enclosure for now while I upgrade stuff to get ready for the Fi. The Fi has a bigger cutout that the Type R, so that's why it ended up huge.So, I figured that even though my first box isn't gonna be perfect, I might as well just start over and just take my time on it. I was also planning on buying myself a router this morning, and when I asked my dad if he wanted to split the cost with me, he told me that we already had one! Definitely a nice surprise!The surround on my driver door speaker was completely seperated from the basket, so it would rattle a ton if it ever played around or below 120hz. I had my high pass filter set to 140 to try to phase it out. I had some Kicker 5 1/4" speakers layin around from my old car, so I decided to get some practice on the router and I made some Speaker rings! Fits well! They aren't pretty, but the door panels do a pretty good job of hiding them You can see the seperated surround on the speaker on the right They sound great and I can actually keep my High Pass down around 80 now!
  10. I just got a new truck and am going to to 4 DC m3 8's in it. Was wonder what would be the best option for powering these things/ what impedence I should wire them at. I have a crescendo 3500 right now but was looking to go to something alittle smaller since there isnt much room in an ext cab truck. Just wanted some advice or just wanting to know what amp people have theirs hoooked up to.
  11. Taylor Cascio

    Crescendo Mezzo Components

    I am looking to run 150wrms to each of my four doors. My plan is get two of the Crescendo 500/2 2-channel amps, one for the front two doors and one for the rear. And getting the Mezzo Components for the front two door and a pair of PWX 6.5s for the rear two. I want a decent sound quality setup that doesn't sacrifice volume. I know with this kind of wattage it will def be loud, but are these components going to deliver decent sq? There are not too many other 150rms component sets out there. I found an MTX set and a Diamond audio set that are 150wrms, but that is all I found. The diamond set looks super nice, it's their hex series, but its a tad bit expensive. If the Mezzo's work well, I think I will go with those. What do you all think?
  12. Well my new subs arrive today, and will be the start of some reconstruction. I will show pics of the current system in chronological order, even though it is already out and ready for the new setup. So here we go! Disclaimer: Stuff's gonna look ghetto. Start of the box for my SA-15 This is when I had my crappy Soundstorm SSL 4000D. Had a Kindle Fire installed for a few months, had charging issues, it would charge when it wanted to, it was finnicky. This was me just test fitting the Kindle, it was all centered and was fit nicely. Ended up taking the Kindle out, bought a Clarion EQS746, I have no head unit, iPhone plugs straight into the Clarion. Here's the first kind of "big deal" amp I got. Accompanied by a MB Quart 4.80 (Which I love and still have) Hifonics blew, due to my subpar amp mounting skills. Vibrations got to her. Picked this bad boy up for the low. Made a amp rack Painted the amp rack and kind of cleaned the wiring up a bit. Then xmas started to roll around so I placed an order with Dustin @ DL Designz for a new box.
  13. EDIT: So this build has gone from mild to pretty crazy quickly. OLD LIST: (4) Lvl 5 m2 dc audio 15s (4) dc 5.0s (2) kinetic 1800s (10) kinetic 700s (2) dc 175.4s (?) crescendo mids and highs (?) mechman alts iPad mini pioneer 4300 double din custom dash and door panels a lot of rattle trap and 20 cans of spray foam i will edit the specs and products as of now here is what should be going into this: NEW LIST: LOTS of Sky High Car Audio Cable 4 DC Audio LVL 6 15s 2 DC 9ks....waiting for funds for 4 of them. currently has 2 2 175.4s 4 mechman 270 alts 20 XS Power d1400s ? mids and highs Full custom dash and door panels. thats about the end of the major stuff. One 9k WILL BE MOUNTED IN THE DASH you guys know to watch for that one. Anyways ill post updated pics when they upload on photobucket.
  14. what kinda bass blockers would be good for my 8 inch crescendo PWXs. i have 4 of them on a kicker zx 550.2. looked some on sonic and amazon but dont know what to get.
  15. i have 4 8 inch pwx crescendos in my car wired to a zx 550.2 i had the hz up to about as high as it goes. it goes from 20 hz to 200 i believe. im just a little lower then 200hz. i mounted my speakers in my doors and there is a noise that comes from my door panel that i cant seem to get rid of. i put sound deadener on my door and even on some parts of the plastic on the door panel cause i didnt know what else to do but still does it only on certain songs with more mid bass. its only on my right door. i have no deaden on my left door cause im still saving to get some but the right door just goes crazy sometimes and it makes me not want to listen to certain songs. so should i get bass blockers? would this make it were there is nothing vibrating my door or should i just deaden the shit out of it? which im still doing no matter what. any certain kinds of bass blockers would be nice cause i wouldn't know what kind to get so thanks in advance for the help.
  16. Reed Farrar

    Crescendo audio pwx project

    whats up everybody i just wanted to share my recent project after my factory amp blew all my speakers pretty much do to me not knowing that the bass was to high and they were clipping since i had my headunit at -6 bass. the amp was still blowing them so i just said fuck it. ordered 4 PWX 8 inch speakers and bought my brothers old kicker 550.2 to power them and let me tell you those things are loud. i had then hooked in my room and i can walk outside and listen to music. so heres some pictures of my project so far.
  17. Alright guys seeing as I have all the equipment for this build I figured i'd start a build log. I got the SUBurban back into November since the S10 got recked This is a video of the S10 if you haven't seen it yet Anyways here is the new whip,dubbed the SUBurban: Yes the hill is really that steep the only thing stopping me was ground clearance in the rear. Ive the got the electrical already to go for the power I have right now. Eventually everything will be doubled. 4 XS Power 1000's with some narly bus bars, Externally regulated, External Rectifier Excessive Amperage alt. He said it maxed out his load tester, so we'll see what it's got. Running it at 17.9+ See if the Crescendo Audio BC 5500 with stay on over 18.0v. Mids(so far): 4 PWX 8's 4 RWX 6's Not sure on tweeters just yet I have some from the S10 but i need more so ill fill in more once I have them all. Ill get pics of them later when i get home Subs: 6 18" Fi Q's, Old style with the double stacked magnets. All with the BP Power plug so RMS is around 1500. 4 of these are the one's from the blowthru which will be my temporary system until i can buy the recones for the 4 of them. I have 2 others already 18". one is a recone kit ill do and one with 1 hour of play on it. Amps: Crescendo BC 5500 MB Quart 4.125 pics when i get home Wiring: All the 1/0 is Audio Technix Silver tinned copper. I have 300ft for the burban All other wiring as of right now is Knu Pioneer Headunit. Ill get the model number when i get home. I also have a processor I have yet to see on this site. So far I love it. Custom banpass, no more guess work or needing meters to get my frequencies perfect. Also does time aligment, and can be an EQ. All tunning with my laptop. For you guys not wanting to buy bandpass amps this is a huge money saver. Also you can bandpass each channel. Crazy good processor! Enclosure: 4th Order behind the C Pillar! 4 person Demo's all day. Once I get the funds it'll be a B Pillar 8 18" 4th order.
  18. Ok fam. So after about a month of researching on the forum and online, I came up with my proposed future build. But i have a few questions about beefing my electrical system for this crazy demand. Upgrading the big 3 is a given. My concerns are weather or not one alternator @320amps will support? So here is my "wishlist" of what i would to stuff in the charger and has anyone seen a dual alt setup for the type of car I have? If there is a will, there is way. Kenwood DNX6990HD 2 DC Audio 12 LVL 5 fully upgraded 2 Crescendo PWX 8in 16 Crescendo PWX 6.5in 16 Crsscendo FT1 (yeah I know this may be overkill, may take that down to two per mid bass) 2 Crescendo BC5500 4 Crescendo C1600.2 2 Rockford Fosgate 3Sixty.3 1-2 Mechman Alternator 320amps 1 XS POWER D4900 (primary) 4 XS POWER D3100 (system) Power/Ground 0/1Gauge Speaker wire 8 Gauge RCA's Second Skin spectrum, damplifier I calculated in the area of 15,000 watts based on manufacture specs, of course I know real world power will be different, but in the 10,000+ range. Thanks in advance for everyone's input.
  19. heres some pics of my system done by Thespeakershoppe (Woody) in FL. my system includes: 2 DC LVL 2 M2 15s Dual 2 ohm those are being run by a Skar audio SK1500.1. also 4 crescendo audio PWX 6.5s, 2 8s and 2 FT1 super tweets; and all those are being powered by 2 skar audio 85.4s. other equipment includes 1 kinetik KHC1400 and 1 Kinetik KHC1800, 1 mechman 270 amp HO alt and Audiotechnix wire FTW! this is my first system since im only 15. other info the box is sealed and 1000 RMS total and doing a 142.8 on music. 2007 Chevy Suburban with some GM aftermarket performance parts.
  20. This is a build for a buddy of mine, dc xl with level 5 coil going in the back of a Honda integra. It's a custom built 6 cube box tuned to 28 hertz. Has a 1400 watt rms planet audio for now with 4 gauge and 2 batteries, stock alt. hoping to upgrade to a crescendo bc3500 and audiotechnix Ofc 0 gauge. Box built in two parts big box, little box. We made the big box as big as possible with seats up and only had 5 cubes before displacement so we made a small box to fit in the spare wheel well that attaches to the bottom adding another cube and half. Box is almost done. Here are some pics
  21. I'm in the beginning stages of building a walled enclosure fro my 2007 Honda Accord. I have a design already thats 11 cubic feet and tuned to 33 hertz. My only qustion is 18 inch or 15 inch SSA ZCON woofers? I just dont want to limit the 18's to a smaller enclosure and almost limit the amount of db's it could produce. Or if I went with the 15's it would be perfect?
  22. I am selling my Crescendo Audio BC3500D. I have had it for about a year and a half it is from the first batch of amps. 1. Product: Crescendo Audio BC3500D - 3875 watts x 1 Mono Block Bass Clef Series Amplifier 2. Specs: Stable down to .5ohm on strong electrical Up to 18.5v capable on BC3500/BC5500. Remote Bass/Gain knob with Clipping Indicator. Custom tooled, proprietary Multi-piece Thermal optimized Heatsink with patent pending interlocking slide-out CNC engraved top plate. 2 stage copper anodized removable top plate. Silver plated high end hard-wired Tiffany RCA inputs and oversized 1/0 Power/Ground Inputs for efficient current transfer. Overbuilt Power supply with heavy copper traces and Military spec PCB/heavy duty standoffs for extreme vibration resistance. Manufactured using some of the highest quality and most reliable electrical components, with many 3% tolerance components throughout. Full 4-Stage Intelligent protection Circuitry Rated Power Output(RMS) Clean RMS power on 13.8v standard electrical system: Ohm Load BC3500d 1ohm 3875 2ohm 1900 4ohm 1150 Dimensions: BC3500: 21.25"L x 2.75"H x 9.5"W (at widest point) 3. Description/Condition: I'm going to say conservative 8/10 for the tiny nick on the top left corner when reading nameplate and because of paint under mounting locations. I was planning to install in new truck but I have things that must come first. 4. Price: : $550 shipped firm within the 48 states only. 5. Pictures: little nick on corner paint from box Thanks for looking best and fastest way to ask me anything or if your interested please text or even call as this will be across a few websites. 210-454-6617
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